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I NASHVlgLEr: ii'I JfeiCTAL 1' JOHNYORg&CO. TOON & RUTLAND. MDIOAL. l1V1TStr.TVAl!
WEDNESDAY MORNING, 31 AY. :
5ST. B. I'almer. the American New.'
l ia tub OUT ACTHOEIIED Aos3VT'fir this naser in
I Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and is dalv'si!
oiuu tawtivc auvcrusemcuts una suoscnpuuns ct
. ? 1 1 .. . TY- - . iii ' i 1
i uu cu ur us. ms rcceiprs wui oe regsrueo. as a
I flu office nre Bostox. Seollav's Buildinir : 2Tr
xrwune xtuuaings : rutLADKLriuA. a. w. corner
If m , -
CIRCUIT COURT MAY TERM, TiJS?
seaie- of Oilman Sc Huoncs vs. A'LEXiJfACK:
agent of Jso. Gkeese, and Jomj&ixst,
: being released by thecomDlamawfilwD
, verdict lcnilered up in hi3 favo?tte ct
seded against ilACKtszrE. The acsfefraray'
ico&tract for alleriu? and renairine UislWtWMTi
atre. It appeared in evidence that III
contract has not been fully execuuSMwplain
. a, .
had received a sulTBcient remuneration forlhfiiavjoi
doiic verdict was rendered in favor of complain
Birdwell vs. Hopkiks An action of trespass on
the case; verdict in favor of defendant.
.State of Tent'es3ee rs Sxell and Otuehs An
action upon bonds as securities of L. E. Temple as
constable, which was dismissed by the jury.
James Pritciiitt vs. A. W. Tasleer An ac
tion on breach of covenant damages laid by com
plainant at 2,000.
NASHVILLE SPRING RACES AYALNUT COURSE.
The attendance at the Walnut Course yesterday
was small The right to the purse was contested
by P. S Fowler's grey mare Oerlrvde Bosley, and
G-. JJ. Williams' sorrel ' filly, by Wagoner. The
first lieat was well contested for the first three
quarters, when the grey mare fell bacW, and the fil
ly came to the judge's stand several lengths ahead,
in 1:53J. In tie second heat, the filly run under
i-i it it t i 1 1 . 1 .1 J
ceaa puu an me way, comaigout a luiigui aueuu m
Secosd Dat. Tuesday 17th ifay. Association
Purse 150 Mile HeAts :
r G. B. Williams' sL by AVagner, dam by
Priam, 3 y. o. - - - 11
P. S. Fowler's Gertrude Bosley. - - 2 2
To'Day's Race. Fine spprt may be expected at
the track to-day. Woodfolk's b. f. Martha Dunn
will contest the right to the purse of 400, with the
famous horse Compromise. This announcement
will doubtless call forth a large crowd to-day, and
the sport may be expected to run high. Gen.
"Woodfolk raised both of the entries, having recent
ly sold Compromise to a company of gentlemen in
Louisville. Compromise has never yet been beat
en, and is believed to be one of the best horses
now on the turt Martha Dunn has also much rep
utation, having,- we believe, never lost but one
j race. Shels a fine animal in appearance, aud will
' have her friends against all odds. If she should
take "the horns" from the horse, herjfurtunc will be
' made. At any rate, we advise all who wish to see
fine racing, to turn out to-day. The race will be a
Jrtvell contested one without doubt,
A, TniRD Day. Wednesday, May 18. Association
jpPurse 4003 Mile Heats:
A W. W. Woodfolk enters b. f. Martha unn,
' S. y. o., by Sovereign, dam by Stockholder,
!W. F. Cheatham enters s. g. Compromise, by
1 v Glencoe, dam by Stockholder, 3 y. o.
WJ 07- Messrs. A. B. & C. XV. Robertson, whose
large Slfoe Store was burnt a few months since
have had erected for them on the site of their old
stand, one of the most convenient, pleasant and
capacious business houses in the city. The Messrs.
Robertson are widely known through this sec
tion of the State as enterprising and reliable bu-
! einess men, and we aie happy to see that they are
about to resume the tusiness in which they were
so successfully engaged when the fire interrupted
05" Mr. A. Pattirson, on College street, near
the Sewanee House has one of the finest asiort
ments of furniture vhich we have ever examined.
He is, too, a pleasant gentleman and areliable one,
uwith whom it is agiecable and safe to trade.
105" We see a totice of the organization in
iXiOuisville of a Mechanics' Institute. -A similar
organization is gieatly needed in Nashville.
tightly conducted it would benefit the different
mechanical tradesmd add largely to the prosperi-
Kf the city.
jEh annual Mechanical and Agricultural Fair
!Sb an "institution peculiar" to some of our sister
HStates which we ilso hope to see adopted in the
tapital of Tennesjee. The facilities for reaching
Nashville are rapilly increasing, and we hope soon
jlJHohoar that some bf our enterprising citizens have
i, commenced a motement which shall give us such
an-annual fair. Tie city might well nfibrd to make
tne Lrrangements ior tne nrsi one.
Tne i! '.tus. W have had assurance from Gen.
AndersonVostmaster at Nashville, that mails for
this place arreguhrly sent from his office, by way
okwiaiianooga. itie irequent lauures anu sun more
frequent delays in our Nashville mail is not attrib
uted to a neglect of duty on the part of the post
master at Nashville. Gen. Anderson says he has
made repeated efforts to find out where the fault
lies that he miirht remedy it. He makes an effi-
3 cient postmaster, and will not fail to discharge the
amies ucvoivmg upon uun laiununy. -ine uian
idagent, Hon. Barclay Martin, has also assured us
that he will find out the fault and have matters
straightened up. We hope soon to receive our
tiila Cnrm To el ii'llln .nmiln.Itf nnt in 1I11A ima
i i iiuiu .luijtiitv icuutawi ii 1 1 vi in uuu ii . ii
. It is an imporaat mail and should be attended to.
y; KnoxviUe Register.
Reo River Raft. The Shreveoort Gazelle of the
30th nit, says:
jJfVl J. B. Gilmer ha3 just returned from Wash
S?I?tnn Citv. and brings newathat the contract for
removal of the raft was awarded to a gentleman
aTMissoiiri, whose name we did not learn. He
higatcs himself to remove smd destroy the raft,
a:keop it open Ur live years lor tne amount 01
M sppropriation one hundred thousand dollars.
'JW has already executed his bond for twenty thou
(Mdr'ollirs. Conforming to the requirements of
tte War Department which, of course, he is bound
1 J il 1 i 1 1.11 Mmn..n4l.n
Aft bv the "first dav of January, 1855, and the
number of years during which ho is to keep it orcn?
Avill count from the removaL I
I The 1,000, leR by Dr. Franklin to the city
jot lloston to oe let at interest to young unraarnea
artizaus in sums not exceeding 00 sterling, now
amounts to 15,230 55. Franklin estimated t' at it
would reach 581,040 iu one hundred year- but
owing to losses it will probably only reach -bout
400,000. One proviso of thp will w.i3 thai when
the fund should amount to 581,640, half a ' lilljon
dollars should be appropriated to sora- public
works, which should be adjudged to be of e ro-jst
general utility to the inhabitants of Bos' . The
loans are now rarely applied for at.all, ar is pro
posed ttat the funds should be deposr in the
Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance mpauy,
"Lnd in the Savings Hank of Boston.
This Con-qkessiosal District. The acony is
jvcrl The District Convention was hell at Clin-
an, on Thursday, 12th inst, and after s ood deal
r L .: I 1 l.l . : .i ...
uu om ui uuuis, uiu 111; CilUUIUUlt'
r j ni.: .i:.i. i'
br this district is Horace Maynaru.
. Church -ontest
iwell is the Demoeratie candidate tr
Jierefore commenced and the resp
See who are before them, and cancho
y. The lug candidate is an able
rill make the points upon the stump
Tatic candidate is a fine electioneer
well with the people. ;
ixlho Uonvention at Clinton nas ac iust as we
ijexpected it would do. It has foree upon the Dis
trict a man who is bound to suffer . feat; and who
ought to be defeated. The opposers F Got Temple
have not triumphed over him End his friends, as
Jibey supposes they have achieve i a victory over
ithe Whig fany,7u mis oonpresfMnai' xdsiricu
EfV.:.'-g " whole auair nlfct week. The
wFtal H ' ' U JSilSrJZ S. KiTrnii2 Hindis i rwrnrtrrnntrtn Tmnv-u vvvTtzn r m i-ewei t t r -r -r -nn n I ' I flMlaM1
".V 23. fc KrZi;- c.t W v..M 'S!- !,7nvi:.T.:.-JJ -vi- T ""0 - AilABIuS COUGH XEXEDY.
tAfiti H -i AS!"'
miSrher Eclipse arrived
.'t"-r. i : r
dhfri toilrs-and 4 minutebeing 2 hours and 40 min
f 'fSi-aheadortlietimsJude by the J. K White,
jew ica was uie snoricsc run -ever before made be-
een these pojnts.
U a. a. FARitEiiL's
CELEBRATED ASABIAH UNIHEN'.C
TRIUilPIIAKT OYER DISEASE.
f i.?,?"!!! li"11 ? "iw,,e7?
vHtw ia.i,uiuicu hicoouji; nuuuunui cures iuju it uv.
f ir UAU'l iituwl of the roost astonishiug aires beinij
ta&Mo G.FAllUELL,SAR4I!rA.V l.IWHtKVIv .,,,!
ivr'uumw:su wjr raiaaoie. it u. uicreiore, muiea by me
nwuiucici uuwn 11UU3CU ui uo wiuiciu wis surcrcigu uaiui,
who had once witnessed its magic power ofcr disease, and
to iivuuciiui uuivucy iu relieving pain, uonevtr ajTcrc,iu
few minutes time. We eamestlv desire you to call uuon
'ne agent, who will furnish you, free of charge, a small bouk
uuuftuuiig, ucsiuRs umer Tajuaoie luiurinuuuu, a large list
ri fT"tTfio-ifrta fmm mini r.f tiii nit Mdtuuidh'anarbini ef
c res effected by this celebrated mediein, which surely
ir eucfigh to convince the most scepticle of iU transcend
er. rinues. We notice several certificates of rheumatism
died aaer the paiient had suffered everything but death for
lit to tycnty years. Also cases ot paralysis, or loss of the
uof Iihibs, where the flesh had withered, leaving no hlng
ly but dried skin and bone, presenting so horrid a
iihat ttieir FRIENDS LOOKED UPONTIIEJI AP-
PAjLEII while phrsicians pronounced them BEYOND
AN, HUMAN EFFORT to relieve. It is the most efflca-
cioQ recixly known for bums, sprains, wounds, bruises,
chiltainsAneuralgia, tooth-ache, bites of insects and rep
tilfci, ore tai oat, tore or weak eyes, tumors, sun pain, etc.,
etc; ad is used with unbounded sac was inmost of the ail
mentsjf h(le3 and cattle, such as sweeny, farcy, sprains,
bruise, woiLids, stiff neck and joints, lamencs3, swellings,
gaUVticuaki, sore eyes, partial blinduess, etc If used in
the bfjnnui'of fiiluia, poll-evil, ringbone and spavin, it
will uoinabvf stop their furtlier progress. Ever)- family
shouldjceptais valuablJ medicine on liand, ready lor any
Look out for Covnterfntil
The pblic are cautioned against another cojnferfeil,
which htvIaUly madeits appearance, called V. It. Farrell's
Arabiai iniaient, the most dangerous of all the counter
feits, bectse his having the name of FurrelL Bany will buy
11 in gooj lith, without the knovledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and lly will perhaps only discover their error nheu
the spurtoo mixture lias wrought iu ev il effects.
The gttiuie article is manufactured only by II. G. Farrell,
sole invents andjnroprietor, and whole sale druggist, No.
17 Main u- tl, I'e&ria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies cnut be addressed, lie sure you get it with the
letters H. O. ieforeFarrea's, thus U. G. FARRELL'S
and his ve on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold b. ' CARTWKIGHT i ARMSTRONG,
and by regub authorized agents throughout the United
X3J Price S and 50 cents, and ?1 per bottle.
AGENTS V NTED i a 87ery town, village and hamlet in
the United Sta . , in shich one ia not already established.
Address II. G. I.trell as aboTe, accompanied with good re
fencee as to chaie er.ircspectfull)-, ic di w
United cstites iMaii ssteuinship,
W. M. I3LUXS COMHASDER,
Between Charlesjn and Havana, connecting
with the Pacific ilail Slcamship Company's
Line for California.
THIS spl:ndld ateamsblp will hereafter leaT(
Charleiln. far HtTun. iin the ISth and 3Utl
IK nf each lunta,anJrroiBlIavanarurCharle
EBSEMMiton on 11 Plh anJ 02.1 nf arh tnnnth.
The 1SABKL will com tut Hartna with the U.S. JIJ1
Steannhip Compuny's . e to Aipiuwoil, aud the FaeUe
MaIi;Une from Panama California and Oreson.
Passengers will be land atlhe Kallroad Wharf at Aspn
walllrata. Transit of th ) Uthinns at the Paasengers'Ix.
The ISABEL will also eo jeetat HarnalthU. S. 3all
Steam Company' Unetl v-Orleans.
Ticketi for Key West, JU ana, New-Orleans, Asplnvall
and San Francisco, caa Ve h& bv applying to
110 Eist Bay, Charleston, S. f .
Through Tickets for the Im.et to Charleston via lltrana,
can be had from the Coinpatiji Agent at he points jamed
IIIU'iM VIS TA SPBI,OS.
A RE now open for the eason. and In a itvlr which
liili mentof the uabiie. The unit ttrirt niHi will be
Tnll St trrt 1 1 1 v nil.1 in Iii. ,n..mnUftn ..I anlnif.
paid to all parts ofihe business, ud moree.'peciall o as to
m.t.ll mml il.ilnl.t. .nl.., I .. I . 1 u .. T1a
. .i,,IIUH,u,Bi,vl.lt,llMUUn;u liiu .l,'lltv iis-
sort of Ladies and children, darin; the Summer.
The improvements made for the preeent seasons e ample,
and of a character salted to the growing spl-ltand fashion or
our citizens. In a word,aa a suburban retreat, tie quality
ot the Watars, Location and drive, It cannot be surpassed
by any city in the Union.
ap.KU I in.
Jt'ortk-Ktnt corner ef Chunk ti Sfnutitreitt
MK. JEVETTS school has tommodious
rooms and grounds, and cosvecent cxturcs.
.unci aiienuon is git eu to uu morals ana
habits ot pupils, and to lhelriidvascement
fin tbelr respective stuJies. &hOlasllc jear
begins Aug.:iuui, ana enujuni 3um.
Terms: Common K.igllshbranehes, $15,
per session of live monttsFlrtbootsin Latin
J'iO; the Classics, the Lighar; Mathematics
and Snrvejlng, tSS: Dranihting and linear
Perspective, an extra charge. ang. 19.
IR A A. STOUT,
Cinacli UTanufiicturcr, Xo. 5, C aik St. Xashvllle,
'JTenn., next doortoll S. French's Grocery Ware-houie,
and opposite to Morris & Strattou's. -AlUlld of Cur-
riuce ir ?aie, wun Harness iu suiu au huu buiu uj
me Is madejat the
Clark Street Manufactory,
And warranted, and will be sold on as good terms, for Cash
or good cotes, as any work made North orKast.
ICepai riiiff done with prjiuptiiefs&tiddisp tct,and all
person uavitfrrork.to..ruB4lr inax jeiy.on t'-trgit when
promised. All orders prompt1' atiendtq loT t"twrct4fc -
-JL'llU IMMiltAtJK Of -fUli t'A.UlJV I
A BOOK. ith the above tille has been published and may
be obtained at
Itcrrj-' Tooii or Torlt's Boole Store,
and is said u be a most interiainiog ort.
But there Is one omission that detracts rrira its merits, and
that ii, that tioaulhor does not mention, Ha disgrace which
inavilublv b: Tails tbo rdinily, Ifany raemberuf it slioold suffer
rrom TH"E MUMPS, which are now to frcvalaut, SOHE
TIIBOATS,CUTtior BUUNS,aud Hud themselves without a
box ot the ui estimable
Cracfciibcrtr Green ?Iountan Ointment,
Which acti with n chnrra upon all Sores, Swellings, i'aini
in the Dact, Chest, Side, or lufljmalion or the. Bowels, aud
is a more prompt and eOiciual toother or Paai than any other
now beto-e the public.
The ral omission alluded to above, in this late work
written ty young Jirrold, ran only be accobated for by the
Oct, that be has been only laiel) married, ana therefore can
not be scppo9eu to have cuthls wisdom teeth in this respect.
When bs visit, this country I intend to prestut him with a
box of lais ointment, which ought to be aWiyg ou haud in
every family where there are children, as it affords iuatan
tan com relief from pain, and when applied lo fresh Burns or
Scalds, there need be little apprehension or a tear being left.
Pricsoaly25 cents per box, and is tor sale bjeverj Druggis
intodiand country. ALbX. iM.tCKI.NZlE,
ap 19-tr. Genl.Agt.Orar &. .Nashville.
17l.uUt. 1UO HblsM.
. rived and for sale by
Louis aud Cincinnati Flour, re
A. F. ItAVIU,
ATT O KS E Y AT LAW.
- Jackson, Tem.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining coa-niei, nd will
give prompt attention to collecting and any it her business
li. his profession. . feb Pi,
INK-HIBBKirrS WRITING FLUID, a Luther supply
ljust received by ap.6. ? IIAG.t.N.
Glnsmvurc-SOO UOXES Quart, Pin, aid Hair Pint
30 boxes quart bottles.
50 boxesas'd tumblers.
Oboxesjars gallon, half gal. and quart.
2 casks due decaliters. Pur tale by
dec 5 H. S. CHEATIUM & CO.
New York Life Insurance Compcny,
No. 106 Broadway, New York.
ON THE MCTHAI. PLJX,
Accuiuulntcil Cupilut S500,oK.(0.
r. raxauix, actcart m. frakk-ih, ran' .
ITr Total number of Policies Issued bv this .
Company up to July 1st, 1852 eight thousands
six hundred anil eightyoue.
TTrMJiridends made annually on all Lire Po-
licieiln shape of stock, bearing interest at the raeofti per
JJjr The dividends heretofore have always aveiaged from
40 to 50 per cent.
JJj Persons taking out Policies for the while term or
life can give their note at 13 months for 40per ceit or the
premium, and ay CO percent in cash.
Applicicallons for risks, prospectus of the compaiy, or in
formation relating to the subject of Life Insurance may be
madeatlheonicoof the undersigned General Agett tor tbo
Sute of Tennessee. JOSEPH XaSH.
Onlco X. W. cornerj Public Squaio.
opposite Planters' Bank. -a;hville, Aug. iu, 1S32.
W. K. r-EKKlXS. W, B. CASirBELL. S. P. WALKE1L
PEKKIXS, CUIIMJELL & CO.,
COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS, XL 11' OHLKAXS.
COIMHTNEItSIUI' NOTICE. W. B. CAMP
BELL, of Tennes-see, having purchased the entire in
terest otW. S. Pickett of tbehoiiNO of Pickett, Perkins A
Ca, the business will be continued by Win. M. Perkins,
Samuel P. Walker and Wm. B. Campbell, under the style
of Perkius, Campbell & Co., who will use the name of
Pickett, Perkins & Co. in liquidation only.
W. S. PICKETT,
WM. M. PERKINS,
SAMUEL P. WALKER,
WM. B. CAMPBELL.
Nsw Orleans, April 11, 1655 Referring to the above
l announcement from which it will be seen that the only
cliange is the substitution of W. B. Campbell for Mr.
Pickett, we respectfully tender to you our services as General
Commission Merchants, of this city.
PERKINS, CAMPBELL, A CO.
TTSTItAY. UENTOV rOITVTV Tul-on iin Vir n
Hi F. Rushing, living in Civil District No. 5, six miles
, North of Camden, one B.- HORSE, 14Jf or 15 hands
high, tight or ten years old, left eye out, white saddle spots
.1 , wi. k i-ii .i vu ii : n tin situuiuci, ic.
hind foot white. A allied at ?40. II. C. CAMP,
may!6 3tw Ranger of Benton county.
rpHE heirs of DAVID LOGAN, dec'dL r---
. . 1 , m At mt r' ,..
p. Nasuvilu!, May 18.
Coin ox Small sal y est erday at 7. Nothing doing
of interest ' " jfr
To BAcco Sales of a sma'U lot at Johnson & Home's at $5
SOaiStlO. Receipts light, tid sales limited. Buyers are
bidding quite aeciy- ,
No change ia'Cfocsries.
' j. TEA MB OAT REG!
AamvEJ 1 Aleonia,St Louis; Temjiest, Paducah; Mon-
licello.do.:3Wlsro- 2i.o-; Republic, Waitsboro; Globe,
SPittsburg t .
- . m i ,i 1 T n i i - .
DEPABTEu-ft 'i iempesi, jauueau; oumnun, Cincin
nati; Republic, PaducabrMonticello, Burksri'Je.
River falling with about 5 feet on the Shoals.
NAShVt'JJ: WHOLESALE PHICES CUESET. "
COE' tCIED a.T BT JOHNSON AJTD SUmi.
Freiahi ant. Trantvortationto Xexe Orleant:
v ottontbale....... f 1 251 M
Tobacco hogshead 4 00 '
liard and Pork ) barrel 65
Pound freights 40
(" " from New Orleans.,.. 2 10
Tobaeco i haos t" 3 00 f4 6 00
u Jlan'jfcctured Virginia 30 4S
(i Kentucky 10 25
Hemp Cwt, none olfering- S 00 (si 5 00
Ba"inne-'Teniicssee, f) yard 43 inch.... 18 20
..Kentucky, " 44 inch.... 16 & 18
Rope " S4di 9
BiiWTwine.lb i?.. 20 25
" "1? bbl 5(8 7
Clarified, t? lb 8 fej 9
Loaf,?lt) 10 13
llavana, white y lb 8 10
M&iis.s"5?gaLbbl233iJ, half barrel.... 38 fg 35
T,ii--HaTaiia, lb '.1. none
Rio, V K 10X 10K
lijlmperiaf in Caddys 1 75 2 00
f Gunpowder " 2 00 48-00
Black, j? lb 60 7o
flour f bbn Cincinnati..; 4 50 4 75
'i. St Louis extra 6 25
' a ". . Tennessee (3 4 50
" " 100 lb 2 00
CbteseiWesiern Keserve,S lb 10 & 12
fA;Jo.l, Mackerel, bbl 15 00
"2, " " 14 00
" 3, " " 11 00 g
White Fish " none
' "3 half bbl "
Oi -Linseed, t? gallon f5
Sperm, winter strained, V pal 1 40 1 75
Lard, " 1 00 1 25
Tanner's Oil t? bbl 16 00 018 00
Ca'Jlu Sperm, lb 40 45
Star, " "23 & 25 -
Stcarine ' 6$ 12
Tallow " ' 10
Q"a3 Window, 8 by 10 i? box 4 50 ($ '
10 by 12 i 5 00 (tt
11 by 1411 by 1511 by 16.. ( 6 00
12 by 18 6 50 7 00
Cunny Bags, each 10 (f$ 11
Iron, rolled and hammered common size. 5 -
small 6 9
W-Pig V 7
Bar, " " 8
Shot, ) bag d 1"90
Salt llarrel, t? bush 3j
Sack, fine 1 0 & 1 80
Sack, coarse 1 50 1 65
XaOt, 4 to 6d, f? keg 6 00 6 50
4to20d...... 5 60 5 75
Bacon Hams 8 9
Shoulders 7 8
Sides 9 . 10
Wool, 3 lb 23 32
Lard, lb 8
Tallow, 3 lb 6 i
Gunpowder, best brands, keg 6 00 6 50
Vla"keg 3 25 & 3 M
Feathers, V K 33 35
Beeswax " " 13 -
Ginseng " " - & 3U
&i-Cl0Tcr, bush C 50 7 TO
Raisins.fr box 4, iiiiif box 3 50
Rice,i lb,fresh 6 7
Indigo,? lb 1 15 1 20
Madder f? Ib 16 -
Rags...! 2K 3
Meal, Com, ) bush 40 50
Corn, barrel 1 54 & 2 50
Oats, bush - 20
GuberPcas, busli 50 60
TtntlM- S3 It. 16 &. 20
Chickens 10 & 12
Polatoa Irish ? bush - 40
Sweet " - 40
Beans-White t? bush - & 75
Peas t? bush 50 1 00
Apples, dried, 9 bush 75 1 00
Peaches " 1 00 2 50
Lumber, Pine Flooring f) 1000 - 23 00
Clear rough a " - 33 00
EXCHANGE AND BANK NOTE LIST OF
DYER PEARL k CO., NASHVILLE.
Buying and Selling Rata, based on turns above fifty dollars:
Tennessee, all notes payable at Nashville par X pre
" all others par par
Bank of East Tennessee 10 dis.
Kentucky, all good Banks i par pre
Ohio " " " Kou. par
Tnn3wttTiTa all notpa twvMa at Phi!a
delphia pra J
" all others in good standing.. 4 dis 8 dis
New 1 ork City Hanks
Georgia X par
Alabama, State Bank aud Branches.... 1 dis
Bank of Mobile K dls
Southern Bank of Alabama P"r
Louisiana - V-r X
' " SPECIE.
Silver, Dollars and Half Dollars
" Dimes and Half Dimes
Sight Exchange on New York
" " ' Philadelphia
80 day bills on N. York and Phila
CI " " " " ...
Sight Drafts on New Orleans
30 day " "
60 " " " "
pre 1 pre
X " x
X Pre i
Checks on Cincinnati par pre
" " ijuisville " i "
" " St Louis " H "
160acre $155 00
80 acres, SO 00
40 acres 40 00
Tie Most Stupendous Concern in the World.
TT7"ILli EXHIBIT IX NASHVILLE, on Market Street,
V on THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May
10, 20 and 21.
After meat arduous labor and an enormous outlay, Mr.
Rice has succeeded in thorough organizing this extensive
establishment on a scale of unparalleled magnificence, and,
anticipating an increase of patronage, offers his friends, in
stead of the ordinary Circus performance, n Hippodrome
and Jlcunerie. The termer combining all the best
features of the Circus and Gymnasium, Vocal and Terpsic
horean entertainments, military school of the manage by Mrs.
Dan Rice, and the greatest stud of horses and ponies in the
world, and the latter a Magnificent Collection of
Animals nnd Hirds, native a-.d foreign, consisting of
I-copards, Tigers, Tiger Cats, PaUhers, Wolves, Black and
Grizzlv Bears, (one of the latter the largest ever seen this
side of the Rocky Mountains,) Ostriches, Monkeys, Ourang
outangs and the remarkable Lusus Xatura, known as the
wild Hoj- of Ceylon; The "Happy Family," and one
of the most extraordinary ones ever collected, numbering
over one thousand Heart aiul liirdu, native and foreign, liv
ing together in perfect harmony; the celebrated Brahmin
In addition to these and many other attractions in this
part of the establishment The Itcnotvncil Chinese
Family, consisting of five persons, including the Bora!
Princess Pum 1'civ, the most beautiful creature of her
high class who ever escaped 4rom the Celestial Empire, her
feet beingonly two inches and a half in length, will appear
and give Concerts, both vocal and instrumental, using their
A -llonkoy nnd Pony l'crfonnnnce will be given
at each exhibition, and Mr. GEORGE NUTTElt, the Lion
Tamer, will enter the cage of the large and beautiful Bai
zillian Tiger, and those of several other ferocious Animals.
Persons can visit the Menagerie without entering the Hip
podrome, if so disposed.
tf 'Price to both is only fifty cents. Children and ser
The newly designed and magnificent Pavillioj is capable
of seating five Uiousand persons comfortably
mayo ltd C. II. CASTLE, Agent.
SJ?"Tlns Company will perform at Dover Tuesday 17th
and Claiksville Wednesday 18th.
E STRAY BENTON COUNTY Taken up by J. W
Cooper, living in District No. 9, twenty miles north of
Camden, one SORREL MARE, 7 or 8 years old, some sad
dle marks, a spot in her face, of grey color, rather over her
left eye,nearly in the shape of a smoothing iron, small white
spot on her legs, a white spot on her side, foot locks trim
med; appraised at $50. H. C. CAMP,
maytf w3w Ranger of Benton county.
ISJL5K1?!uTWe wi" open our Ice Cream Room on
Monday, the fllh itant
R. A J. NIXON.
o i Woman for sale, 25 years old.
iVasher and Ironer.
' DABB3 & PORTER.
X CETEENDEN'S 300K-KEEPLNG.
A practical treatise ou Book-keeping by single and double
entry; designed for the use of Practical Accountants, Schools,
and Students;contiiningm'ri4rfio-iooii', for imparting
general knowledge of the s?ienc,with numerous and va
ried entries, aad illustrating Single and Partnership Bu
siness, both prosperous and adverse; also a set ot Steam
boat Boohs: practical forms for keeping books, calculated
to ease labor in the various branches of business: Commer
cial calculations, Ax, Ac Just published.
Forsale by JOHN YORK 4 CO.
FULTON AND EASTMAN'S BOOK-KEEPING.
A Practical system of Book-keeping, by single enterry.
for sale by may3 JOHN YORK A CO.
SCIENCE OF THINGS FAMILIAR.
By Dr. Brewer. The object of this book is to explain
scientifiically, and in the most concise and intelligible man
ner, about 2,000 questions of the common phenomena ot
Life. It contains an amount of useful information never bo
fore collected in so. convenient a shape.
Foraale by may3 JOHN ORK & CO.
JOIIN YORK Jc CO. are Agents for the following,
Reviews and Magazines :
' .Harper's New Monthly Magazine $3 00
DeBow,s N. 0. Commercial Revievr 5 00
j Hunt's Merchant's Magazine..... 5 00
,lne South Western Monthly 3 00
'Graham's Magazine.. 3 00
'i'"deyg Lady Book..... , 3 00
PERKINS is CLACK,
Commission und Forwarding Merchants,
Cotton' and Totocco Factors,
Corner of CcXlrqe and Sairch streets, XuhtiUe.
COFFEE 200 bag Rio; 50 bags Havana;
ou qo Laguyara; ou do Java.
CIGARS 20,000 Imp. ifavana; 18,000 American;
100,0000 Cuba 6'a and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 200 joms Sperm and Star;
200 boxes Sterine an Tallow;
COTTON YARNS A lot of assorted Nos. Osnuburs, su-
perioi quality at ztacufacturers prices;
FRUITS lOu bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; 50 drums Figsj
50 frails Almonds; 0 bbis Pecans;
FISH 50 barrels and ha'f barrels Mackerel;
75 Kits Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines;
FLOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 175 Cincinnati;
75 do St Louis (n&rrisou'i;)
GLASS 300 boxes Window, all sizes;
125 do Qt, PL, and H Pt Fiaks;
75 do FMntTumbersand Gob'et;
60 do Sqtutt and Cup Jars;
90 Demijons, live and three gallons;,
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, sorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 case London Porter quarts and pints;
10 cas-s Scotch Ale "
75 barrels American and French Brandy;
95 do Apple and Peach "
400 do Whisky, various brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N. E. Rum-,
OX An Win j vtt-tmw IrmHs
'x'sij.lOO do Cider' Vinegar; I
irnl l r.i l.U. ..nA IS i.hlj mtmilnil on1 R TToik
lUUU.lkllJiAr 1.IM WW" ttHU fciuw ww ..wi w . . w ,
75 bbls St Louis ana iM u lioiaen ayruji;
NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
15U ao neenng, -PICKLES
15 cases choice asserted Pxkles;
10 cases Tomatoe Catsup; i
SUGAR 100 hhds Ixiuisiana Sugar; I
100 bbls St. Louis and Philadelphia Crushed ad
Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Lovering's;) T
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper; 1
10 do Ginger, Race and ground; I
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 sacks line and coase; !
185 sacks Dairy and 7o boxes table salt; j
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed; i
TEAS 20 cases various brands; I
TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article; J
SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lad,
Powder, Shot, saloeratus, Soda, Axes, Chaos,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac i
v. i. r.,. h- iPTRirivs a ci. inn
rLiberal advanceson consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100.000 lbs Bacon and Lard:
Dried Fruit Feathers. Beeswax. Tallow and Ginsee.
For which we.will pay liberal prices iu cash or Grocries.
may 3 PERKINS lz CLACK.
T HAVE this dav associated with me in the Saddlin;
JL siness inv son, A. C. MARC1L The business, in fttur,
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March & SorJ Ail
ptr.ons indebted to me, by note or account, will pleaseome
up ana make payment. j. v. ji.tin.
I3f Tliankful for the liberal share of patronage treto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully sohcitj.
jiui2 J. D. MARCH A .-ON.
Hope Cotton Factory,
pnrrsBURjH, pexxsylvaxia. I
THE subscriber being desirous of giving his whtf atten
tion to his Iron Works at New Castle, Pa., ttshes to
dispose of the Hope Cono-V Factorv.
This establishment enjoys an unrivaled repulaOn, and
the Hope Yarns always tind a market, in urelerene to any
others not manufactured at Pittsburgh. The Milfcoalains
a littl? over SuOOspindles. The machinery is all i perfect
order, and now in active operation, having all the Uest im
provements for making Varus of the best quaiy at the
The property is bounded by the Allegheny Iter and
Pennsylvania Canal, and consists of about fiu acres of
ground, with the Cotton Factory buildings, maclnery and
twenty -five dwelling houses. I will dispose of it entire, or
1 will sell the machinery, and the ground and buildings
I am prepared to sell on the most faborabie terns, requir
ing but little cash, and giving very long timejand easy
payments, on the balance.
To persons who contemplate engaging in the fotton busi
ness in the West or South, this oilers nn opporttiity seldom
to be met with. The same amount of machiner coidd not
now bo supplied by manufacturers in less an twelve
months, whilst thi could be removed and put inp opcration
at once, with a reputation and lineof custom. attady csub-'
lished, worth thousands to a Cotton Mill, and iich it takes
years to acquire. I
I would subscibo a large amount of the puehase money
as stock, in a Company that would conduct the business
here without requiring my personal attention.
The property, from its convenience for prooring materi
als, is admirably situated for the manufacture t Machinery
Locomotive Engines, Ac. To a Company foiled for tins
purpose, I would give the most liberal terms,.ad if desired,
would also subscribe a large amount as stock, i
For further particulars.iuquire of myself, or Jr. MoaRtsox
Foster, at my office in Pittsburgh. i
may4 dwlm B PittsbJ-gh, Penn.
JS?" Florence Gazette, Huntsville DemocJt, Columbus,
Ga., Sentinel and South Carolinian, ColumbiiK, C. will co
py the above to the amount of $5, and send b J to this oSicc
for payment Send paper marled. I
CRACKNEL RISCUIT 100 boxei'ractnel Bia
cuit, just received by ap21 K. AjJ. NIXON.
OY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! li subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing for Bovs from 4 to 16 ever offered 5r sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing Gild at the short
est notice. I
Persons purchring Clothing at this estaljshment, have
the privilege of changing them if they donotsuit
" b F. A. HUT & BRO.
S. W. comer of Chestnut and 10 st, Jiiladelphia.
April 6, 1853 ly j
KID, SILK and LISLE Til RE A? GLOVES.
Everv varie'-of colors, just received ad for sale by
mayli MYEIil A McGILL.
I.?dieV and Gentlemen's Furnishing Storc.So. 56, College
Oppotite the Planters' Bud; College street.ftshcille, Tenn,
1 i.i ... ii . f i . c i, rl . r . ma
r A S 11 1 U iX A 11 h ii A iA UUll.
WuuiiU respecuuuy imoriu uie clkcus oi
Nashville that he is prepared to ejekute all
kinds of (Gentlemen's clothiu? in the latest lid most
fashionable st,!e. and at tie shortest notce. He asKs a
share of the public patronage.
may 9 if
O UN DRIES
O 200 feet Gum Elastic Water Hose!
250 feet Gum Elastic Gas Pipe;
20 doz Ely's Patent Gun Wads;
in " TtiMwinV " "
75 " Mason's Blue and Black jik;
100 " Mason's Blackinc: 1
150 gross Round Wood Box MatAes;
in A.i.1? -i n.i . r. i t" I
w,uw leefcx ateu oaieiy rusej
iiOO packs Solid head Pins;
H ,1,. AAA I. n 11 l"- l',. .
000,000 UUAC3 KM. kJ. VJUll UJS, i
With many other articles in store, and for sale very low,
for Cash. A. MORRISON Af CO.,
may 13 Corner Square and ('eadeack Sts.
ANS ! FANS ! !
15 doz Fine Feather Fans:
20 " Fine and Common Spanisi
100 " Panera Fans: I
For sale very low by A. M0RBIS0J i CO.
mayl3 o B
SUNDRIES. 100 kegs Nails, assorted lizefj
50 boxcs Jianghorn & Armstead's Tobicco, very su
perior; 20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Lexington Mustard; ,
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 gross of box Matches;
A fewTjarrels of that same old Whiskr. A"so. a fe w bhds
of line clarified Sugar, together with a genettl assortment of
Uroccnes, at wnolesaie or retail, at .o. 5S3,roiiege street,
opposite Sewaneo House. mayll J. F. BELIj.
OYS LASTING GAITERS ;
Gents extra large do;
" Goat Nulliflers;
" Best French Calf Pomp Boots;
, , . stitchd do:
Ladies Super. Light Cloth (plain) Gaiters
" " " " (front lace) do;
Misses and Childrens " do;
AlfiO. A large lot of Sole-Leather and other fine and
eheap Trunks. Just received by
may 12 RAMAGE A CHURCH.
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
rnnnnur ninrmjilir for our retail nales in Nashville.
Wo have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most
costly articles : such as ULOVJSs, ouDrr..nufcK8, uua
va tV! HTfiniro WITITE SHIRTS, of suDerior aualitv.
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
various qualities ana materials, ueuucuieu wu ueueou up
Wiin ciinnlinl at anv time with eood Goods and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our cstablishrxent on Cedar
street near tne rosi uuice. . .
ian20 - CLIFT0N-yABBOTT.
.New School Books.
Davics' Practical Mathematics, with Drawing
and Mensuration, applied to the Mechanic Arts,
j Extract from a letter if Prof. XatEL Cross.
Nasuviixe, April 7th, 1853.
I consider Davies Practical Mathematics a very conveni
ent practical Elementary Text Book, famishing much use
ful infbrmation on a variety of subjects in Natural Philoso
phy and the Mechanic Arts. It is a very useful Manual for
the lirehanic, and might very properly and profitably be
used dler Arithmetic in schools where the. course does no
embrafe Geometry; Trigonometry and their applications.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
.' NATH'L. CROSS.
A Treatise on the Structure of the English Language;
Or the Analysis and Classification of Sentences and
j their component parts.
Mitchell's Geographical Question Book; Com-
i prising Geographical Definitions, Ac.
Swan's Yonng Ladies' Reader; Containing Rules
Observations and Exercises on Articulation, Pauses,
MaianI of Elocntion nnd Oratory; Selections in
j Prose, Poetry, Narrative and Dialogue. By Walker
Fsrsale by TOON & RUTLAND,
;my 13 No. 4 t, Union Street
' SPRING OPENING MILLENARY.
MRS. E. LOCKHART most respectfully
unnmnMa ,i H.a T.Jtu f V V. ." 1 1 . 1
i country, that she has int
iron New York, the latest and most fashionable assortment
or Millenary Goods, all Pans Styles, and well selected. If
aay one wishes a real Fashionable Bonnet please call at No.
U, Cherry street, aad judge for themselves.
Ilonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Trimmings, and all new Pat
terns. Orders from the country promptly attended to.
fTbns;ml to the Lsdies for their former very liberal pat
ronage, I hope still te merit a continuance of their favors.
'., , MRS. E. LOCKHART,
apnl7- tf No. 14. Cherry street
Selling: off to Close.
AT WHOLESALE AND EETAIL,
.TXT" MEREDITH , haviDg detei-mined to chance his
V present business offers his entire stock of GOODS
at very reduced prices, for cash.
Consisting in nart iw fnllmra- nrtv nnnnu crrnra
JIIATS, CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, bL Persons
J wanting goods cannot tail to find it to their advantage to
mil, us uie euure siock wui De sold at Wholesale or Retail,
to close, without reserve. apri!25 W. M.,
Capital $2,Q18.yy5 65!
Isaac Apnoxr, SEC'r 1 OMXXS3i pees't.
HENRY U. HYDE, Teaveuxo Aoest.
LIFE INSURANCE is simply setting aside and investing
a. suuivearly, with a certainty of a Safe return with ac
cuuiuIations;;vherea3 other investments, with a profitable
aud sure retun, are not so easily found, and often end in an
entire loss. (
It is an a-ssociaJon formed by individuals, who unite to
gether under a contract to suppoit eich other's families in
case of death. Inotlerto accomplish thi it becomes, ne
cessary to establish aiUnd, which is done by a yearly con
tribution, duly apportimed among them according to their
expectations of life, and he amount to be received by the
family at each one s deceve.
Suppose a person at 25 jears of age, whose premium on
81,000 would be $20 00 a ytir, should put tills sum out at
interest-attheeudof oneyvu-.if he should decease, his
faimly barely gets f 20 00 with interest added, making 21.20
oulv. Whereas, from a life polhy they would get 41,000
with his propoi tions of the accumtlation.
Further information can beobtaitnd bv calling on
ti u tv tt , V.p PECK, Agent.
Da. R. M. Poarsc, McJlcal Exaiameis.
NEW STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS.
- A. PATTERSON,
CMege street. KashviHe. Tennessee.
HAS just received a large and splendid assortoent of
CABINET FURNITURE, CARPETING. CHAIRS
a.c, iiiiicuniuinis iormer siock, maKes one oi me largest
and best assortments ever offered iu Nashville. Thoss
wanting good and substantial articles, would dowelltocalL
AH work sold by me will be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in this city, together
in... i. iiut.,iva Miunicugc oi 111c UUS1I1CS3, gll C3 UU11 OUVail
tages in selecting such articles as are unexceptionable in
style and workmanship and finish.
TS Also, on hand, a large stock of Floor OH Cloth,
Solar Lamps, Girandoles, Looting Classes, Matrasses and
Clocks, in great variety. All or which will be sold very
i ii ii i - . i . . -
iuw. uau ana examine. apnun a. i'.
EXPRESS GOODS ARRIVAL, No. 5.
AT THE PHILADELPHIA STORE,
Ao. 18, PUBLIC SQUARE.
SEA GRASS SKIRTS. Parasolletts, Figured Lace, Win
dow Curtains. Jaconet Ediririrs and Insertine. Artifi
cial Flowers, Damask Table Cloths, Marseilles Skirts, Mar-
seines iounierpanes, j.awns at s cents per yard, tine Morn-
i"K ciai:es, xme Jioruiug iiasues,lticur igurea AloeVineS,
IT .. .1 , . I " .'IMll- i..S.a.. ' . '
T A DIES' TRAVE LING CASUS A XnwnBIT
J BOXES perstcamerStalesmaa.Just received anoth
er supplvot Ladies Traveling Cases and Work Boxes, plain
i. I I . .. .... . 1 1 -1 ' ii c l lt-nii i r
muu ii. i.j uun, .u L liu JlCUTlill.
PRINTED MUSLINS, LAWNS, fte,
At No. 57. College street.
TOHN K. nUME has iust received a splendid assortment
fj ol Muslins and Lawns, in great variety, to which parti-
l ,i : : . ..t::.j frY. i r . l i , . i 1
imi ancuiKiu is soiiciuru. ne musbui uiese .uusiins nave
been purchased at extremely low figures, therefore great
bargains may be expected by 'purchasers. Painted Muslins,
an colors, at 8 to 10 and 12 cents per yard.
BEAUTIFUL BERAGES, SILKS, Ac
Rich fig'd Paris Berages;
India Twills, (bair cord;)
v- ? i. ii -V -
" " Berage Robes;
" Twisted Sdks;
Chameleon Silks ;
Checked and Strind Silks.
Swiss do (double width,)
roni tig. Linen Cambrics,
L" TIM) t a
GLOVES. HOSIERY. Ac
A complete assortment of
White and Colored Cotton Hose;
do and Black Silk do;
Lisle Thread Hose, Embroidered;
Children's Hose in great variety;
1 !..- 1 . f
jiicniuuct o 1 1 1 ii uiuica,
B. and M. Kid Gloves;
Beautiful Black Lace Gloves;
Lisle and Silk Gloves;
Ladies' Riding Gloves;
april 23 JOHN K. HUME.
EIGALETS, FOR CONCERTS, Ac Just received, a
new supply, mostly pure white Also, Sash, Neck and
Bonnet Ribbons. ap23 JOHN K. HUME.
YALLENCIENNES, Laces, Edgings and Insertings ;
Val. Trimmed Pointed Collars;
Moniton do do;
Beautiful Painted Undersleeres;
do do Flouncings;
Dimity and Muslin Bands just received by
JOHN K. HUME,
april 23 No. 57 College street.
MANTILLASNewStvle Silk Mantillas;
do do Lace do;
do do Lace Points and scarfs; all
newest styles out ; just opened by JOHN K. HUME,
april23 No. 57 College street
T70R SALE. A very desirable house and lot
JL on vine street, ana next aoor to airs. J as. K.
Polk. The lot fronts 85 feet on Vine street run
ning back 140 feet. The house contains 12 or 14 good
rooms, with necessary outhouses.
GLOVER A BOYD,
march26 No. 50, Cherry street
Walnut Jockey Club Association Races.
THE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on
Monday thel6th day of May next
First Dat. Association Purse $250 Two mile
Second Dat Association Purse 8150 One mile
ThiedDat Association Purse 1 IOO Three mile
FoOTtrH Dat Association Purse 8200 Three best
In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 3 year olds, one mile and repeat $75
entrance, $25 forfeit Three or more to make a race, te
name and close the 1st day of April. The Association to
give $100 provided the stake is filled. To be run on the
first day of the meeting.
A Sweepstake for all age3 Two mile heats $100 en
trance, $50 forfeit Three or more to make a race, to name
and close on Saturday, at 3 o'clock, preceding the regular
races. The above stake to be run on Tuesday the second
day. All entries to be made to the Secretary under seal.
marchS td n & It GLASCOCK, Scc'y.
NE HUNDRED BARRELS
J FLOUR. I have just received
superfine flour, cho ice brand-
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. The Assessment
Roll having been completed and delivered to me, will
remain in my office in the City Hall forthe inspection of
Tax Payers, for t ea days. All who wish to examine the Roll
will please call within that time, and if no correction is made
by appeal to the Mayor, the same will be considered final
and correct mayo. E. A.RAWORTH.
YERY CHEAP FOR CASH. Wall Papers from
10 to 25 cents per bolt Fine Glazed Paper, 30 to 60
cents per bolt
Every variety for Parlors, Chambers, nails. Dining Rooms,
Ac, kept constantly on hand and for sale very cheap for
cash, by W.W. FINN.
mayI4 41. Market st, between Union and the rtquare.
CtOPI'ERAS. 200 BblsGrecn SteubenvitleConr-nus.-J
DR. C. WILLIAMS'
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood
Forthe. cure vf Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Lhopingcough,
Crmrp, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Asthma ana Cfcn
tumptum. McLlmorisvilli, Tenn., March 27, 1853.
Dr. C. Williams hear Sir: We are out of your Bal
sam of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptba. Send us some of
it on the reception of this letter. The people here hare just
ound out that it is a first-rate medicine. Respectfully,
A R MITCIlAJt.
OcAixA,Miss May 19, 1832.
Da CnAS Williams Dear Sir: We have actively en
gaged ourselves in the sale of your Balsam of Wild Cherry
and Wiod Naptha since you was here, and your medicine,
on trial, is giving much satisfaction. We have but one
bottle oa hand, and wish you to send us a few dozen bottles
as won as possible Respectfullr.
FONTAINE, UERRFF0RD 4 CO.
Laweexcebciio. Tenn.. Feb. 4. 1852.
Da C Williams Dear Sir: Your Balsam of Wild
Cherry is going off like hot cakes. We have only one bot
tle on hand please send us three or four dozen as soon as
convenient Yours, Kespectfullv.
GILLESPIE & KYLCE.
Fioacrcz, Ala., Dec 19, 1819.
Dear Sir: I take the m-esent ODnortunitr of bearincr
testimony to the medical qualities of your Pulmonic Medi
cine. Tne Rev B B Barker had a cou?h for about three
or four weeks. It not only was distressing to himself, but
such was the severity of the paroxysms that all around sym
pathized with him. I advised him to try jour Compound
Syrup of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha. He did so, and
took one bottle, and it stopped the cough almost immedi
ately, and Las not since returned, nor has he had any symp-
uiius ui lb since.
I hare used many coush medicines, and have tried and
seen used, all the balsams and nostrums of the present day,
and I verily believe that yours is superior to them alL
T , m T I'll 11 1 mrilni- n -. l r
the Florence Male Academy.
For sale Wholesale and RetaiLand on Arrencv bv J. M
ZIMEBMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is the Genera'.
Agent for this popular and taluaUe preparation at the city 01
Nashville and surrounding country. It is also for sale by
the following Druggists :
CARTWRIGHT 4 ARMSTRONG,
GEORGE W. IIEXDERSH0TT,
IL G. SCOVEL,
BEACH, FLEMING A CO
CURRY A MARTIN, Nashville.
BIXGFORD A McDERMOTT,
E. G. CLOUSTON, I P . ,.
F. S. WOLRlDGii, Franklin, T.
HAWKINS A TOWLER, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town in the State of Ten
nessee, and all the Southern and Western States,
may 1 lm d tw w
MOULTRIE HOUSE, SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
TO REXT FROM FIRST APRIL NEXT. This
beautifully located House, containing- 84 large
airy sleeping rooms, wiin tne requisite arawing rooms, par
lors, Ac, bowling alleys, and billiard room new and in per
fect order, with ample and good accommodations fur ser
vants; three cisterns capable of containing about seventy
five thousand gallonsof water, with a large salt water bath
house supplied by a force pump. The house is surrounded
with a piazza of two stories, amply protecting every room
from the sun, and forming a delightful promenade. Its lo
cation is immediately in f rout of the entrance to the harbor,
thus commanding a fine view of the open sea, and of every
vessel and sreamcr pas-iug in and out; the surf which rolu
up continually to within a few hundred feet of the front
forms one of those peculiarly beautiful attractions of a sea
watering place, and the sea beach affords a fine drive of sev
The House is supplied with nearly all the standing furni
Application can be made to WM. M. MARTIN, Charles
ton, South Carolina, who will give all information desired.
The Chronicle A Sentinel, Augusta, Ga Union, Nash
ville, and Southern Patriot Greenville, S. C, will copy tri
weekly for one month, and send account to Courier Office,
Charleston; S. C, at the expiration of that period,
april 1 twlm
ATAILS. 3000 kegsShoenbcrger's Nails for sals by
IN april 25 V7 H. COCOON A CO.
SUGAR. 150hhds.primeaewSugarforsaIeby -jan3
W. IL GORDON A CO.
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE.
THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPJEDIA a Dictionary of Ru
ral Affairs, embracing the most recent discoveries in
Agricultural Chemistry. By C W Johnson, F R S.
THE FRUIT GARDEN a treatise oulayingout and array
ing Orchards and Gardens. By P Barry.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST with directions
for rhe propagation and Culture ef Fruit Trees. By J.
GARDENING FOR LADIES and Companion to the Flow
er Garden. By Mrs Loudon. .
THK ROSK its History, Poetry. Culture; and Classifica
tion. By SB Parsons. T
THE AMERICAN ROSE CULTURIST also full direc
tions for the Treatm ent of the Dahlia. For sale by
april 22 CHARLES W SMITIL
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE 1 1
T AM just receiving a line assortment of Fur
niliipa - ttio liTajf nml mitst nnmrarl
stvle.-. which will be lmmtited as recommend
ed, and will be sold as caeap as the cheapest Having en
larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment 01 Gil
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, 3Iir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street Cheap Furniture Depot
ap27 1. 11. MORTON.
R. IV. BROWN,
A T T 0 It 2TE Y AT L A W
Office, Up Stairs, No. 08, Cherry Street,
WILL, in connection with the practice of Law, al;o act
as Accvr for the purchase and sale of Real Estate,
Renting and Leasing Faicis, Houses and Lots, Ac.
LEAXOEO. D. STEVEXSOX. OOBEJBT L. WHITE
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
JXb. 59, College St. XashtUte, Tenn.
WE have now in Store, and will continue to receive un
til our assortment is complete, the largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods in the city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry goods store. Our buyer
remained in New York until the last of March, which give
us the advantage of new designs in many goods which are
not to be foundin any other house in the city. We respect
fully request our friends and the public generally to exam
ine our goods before making their purchases, as wc will sell
low for cash or to punctual dealers on time.
ap20 ly bc STEVENSON A WHITE.
Shelbyville Expositor copy.
UGAR. 260 Hhds Louisiana Sugar various grades
For sale by april 28 W II GORDON A CO
LIKELY NEGROES FOR SALE. A No. 1
Cook; Washer and Ironer, about 83 years old;
ANol" " " " " 25 " "
3 " " Girl, from 13 to 18 years old;
3 " " Boys, " II "IS " "
Apply to may2 GLOVER i BOYD.
aRjVHAJl BREiVD. Graham Bread for dispep
tics,can bc had every other day at
my4 R. A J. NIXON'S.
MARBLEIZED IRON MANTLES, COLUMNS, FEDES-
TALS, TABLE TOPS, &C.
rpHE SALAMANDER MAItBLE CO. invite public at
I tention to their Marbleized Iron, as one of the greatest
discoveries of the age, and for which they received the
Gold Mkoal at the last fair of the American Insti
tute, and the Medal at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechan
ics Institute, held at Washington in February and March
of this year.
This material, having a metalic basis, is more durable
and cheaper than Marble; its representations of precious
Stones and the cho.cest Marbles, in moie than sixty differ
ent varieties, are exact and surpassingly beautiful; it is ca
pable cf resisting a greater degree of heat, and it cannot be
injured by the action of acids or oil.
SILAS C. HERRING.
The manufacturingdepartment of this Co. is under the-su-perintendence
of It. F. A J. P. Williams, the inventors of
the system, and the financial and general business depart
ment that of Jorrx RcstOx, to whom all communications
may be addressed, at the principal Ware Rooms, 613 Broad
way, New York. may 3m
GOODS TO SUIT THE MILLION!!
Unheard of Bargains at the Empire Clothing Store.
No. 5. on the Sovth side of the Public Square, first door
East of IP". W. Berry & DemonOis Drugstore.
WILL ofTer to the citizens and surrounding country such
great inducements to purchase at wholesale. Hav
ing established facilities for the importation weekly from our
manufacturing establishment of the largest supplies of beadt
iiadk CLOTUixG ever brought fo this city. Our stock of goods
are manufactured of superior Cloths, Cassimcres, Linens,
Vestings, and a large assortment of Shirts, Suspenders and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. We do not deem it neces
sary to enumerate articles or prices. We are determined to
take a leading part in the trade of this city and country as
our experience is such, having a perfect knowledge of the
business, we will not lie undersold at Philadelphia or New
York prices. We would say to the merchants in the trade,
that our stock is entirely new and expressly made up for this
market. Please give us a call before going elsewhere and
satisfy yourselves of our motto, "small profits, quick sales,
no trouble to show goods, and will not be undersold.'
aprilll SEWELL. ROTHSCHILD A CO.
7 ASTRAY HUMPHREYS COUNTY. Ta SV
y , .isj' ;tlw4wte,' marked:
a 'tSS- rsoldJand-rilrxJil
5TT51 trersTiia '
all who may wish to avail tbemselTes of tit ut-gw
place Exteasivepreparatiooi hare been c:ad r VixLmm '
tort both of th (nrolTil .rl iji. - -r TT .
1, . ui pleasure. JCVIMft
needless for us te attempt to set forth the value of our dfctS
in a medicinal ceint of viewr Km ffi,vi i.t, -"Sr
diseases, have visited os, and alter a few weeks smsSE-
.. 1 . . MBii.wuum 3.'-'
o Pf way enaer entirely cared or greatly rcuxTtir.?1 '-- ,
particuUrly such as have been afflicted with ScrofaJa. tgs . - .
seases of the Skin, Stone In the Bladder, and also cf tfe. - v -gestire
System in general. Of these facts,- there is an aW.
GinceofproGf, and many who have certified tothera, aadtfcti;
same have gone forth to the afflicted people. AndwekkVek.
at thu trine two living specimens of Scrofula cases, am4.-? ,
sound and wclL with us, to be seea as testimony to oar itv "
mmiuui one 01 wmcn was almost a hopeless case. . t " 51
We are in Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12 miles asstKW A
Of Lafayette, our coontv scat 65 or 70 mil, from Vi ili.Mn 'T . . I
-45 miles turnpike, aad the balance high ridge road, W,' '
other good country roads coming from every point Rem -i"
Lebanon, Wilson cormtv, Kartsville, Carthage, Gaub&W. - '
Tomkinsville, Glasgow, Gallatin, Ac - i V
SAM. E-HARE, 1 'r j
maylS tr wSra S.B. PEYTON,
d. a. lAiuit . A-ropneioTS.;-,
1 - -v '1
DM TTTR TrrtJITf'Tii'V nv? iiisil' tea
. rr. -w-r Tl -.1
a a ur,vur,uii
See tun Adtietkixext and Plot at any of the Botch,
or apply at Dccberd, by mail or otherwise, to the Propria- !
tors for information or a plot An agent on the grpaad t
conduct visitors. DECHERD A SANTO RD.
Decherd. May 7th, 1853 fd.
WANT for tnaoufactcring, 100,000 pounds of wcoL fer '
l,:.i. ik. i.:i r. rj ;n k- : 1. jIV?
, iiiwui wc uiuunk i4u.c mm. Lno inuu iu ."p Ct
eaai tncirAiiuaiLiDanon, or to JluttUA A CO,
No 47. PnblicSansre. Nashville. -1
aprillO Imp, d A vr.
MBROIDERED BOSOM SIIIRTS-Wehavi
just received a supply of Shirts plain and embroider-" ,
ed bosoms. All warranted to be made cf the beat mate
rial, and to fit well in every respect Forsale bv
may7 STYERS i McGILL.
MEDICAL NOTICE. The Twenty-fourth Annual
Session of the Medical Society of Tennessee, will b
held ia the Medical College in Nashville on the first Wed
nesday, being the4th day ofMav next at 10 o'clock A.M.
K-S." WENDELL, M. D..
aprillB lm Ruth. TJ. Recording tec'j".
R. C. ANDERSON 8c CO.
Fasblnnalile Clotblnpr Kinporluni,
On .Vtrktt strttt,trptsit JUxrj,McCUrt !( C.)
HAVE now In store one of thepretticst assortments ot Fash
Spring nnd Summer Clothing
everoffdredlntMsmarcetbeing-aB entire new slock, hivlBt
tie misfortune to have our hutsummer'sstocx drstrovedby
the fire, on Union st. Ttxaakrct for the liberal pxtronaga
heretofore bestowed on them, they earnestly solicit a con
tinuance of the same, and promise that nothlns; shall tw
wanting on their fart to give entire satisfaction to all who
will tavor them with a call. Our slock consists in part of
Black and Fancg Cloth, Doe and .Crupu- CuHl
meres, Dra-p. D'ete Cauimeres, Linen, Alpaca,
Drtst, Trick Sheaney Cauimeres, Satin,
Grass, and Sack Coats.
Best of Black and Fancy Silt, Satin, Cashmer Vsleneels,
linen and Jlarselles, some of them beautifully embroldersd.
ALSO a food assortment of
You t lis mid UavK, ClotUIng; Ilata ot
x Every- lescription
and stvle, amongst them some extra fine
PA5AMA, BRA 1 1, FKE.NCH, KOSSUTH ANDMAGYH,
together with every article required for a gentleman's outfit.
Cloths, Casslmeres and Vesting, a line rootlment which
will be sold by the paterns or made up to order In the niott fash
ionable style. Cite ns a call gentlemen, we lulnk caa
convince vou this Is tho place to buy a good article low Tor cash.
K. C. A.tllEHSOX,
may 8. ti. siu.'tuAMi.
RAGS Kio Coffee;
43 hhds Sugar:
25 Bbla Mackrel;
10 Uir. 10 Qr.20 Kit 4o;
75 Bbls Molasses;
125 IIIC do;
120 Bbls Si Louis Floor;
HO do Cincinnati do;
IS Tierces Kice;
25 Boxes, 25 hair, 25 Qr. Kalsins;
50 Drums Pigs;
150 Beams. W. Paper;
1UU Boxes Tobacco, varioni brands;
250 Bbla rectified Whiskey;
150 do Domestic Brands;
135 do do Gin;
125 do do Wine;
125 Bbls Old Bourbon Whiskey;
25 do old Monongcnala
10 do " ri E. Kara.
50 Boxes Claret Wine.
2C do Pale Sherry do
i Casks Madert do.
And for sale low by
dec. U. J, C. FRK3CH A CO.
Fine Urundles, Wine, Ac., vc.
finKFIpti pure Brandy, different brands;
AJ do superior do old;
5i Pipes superior do old; m
50 Basket Champagne, different braaos,
5 quarter casks maderla Wine, old and tin
20 do do do;
t do Sherry do One;
5 do One Port do;
20 good do do;
10 barrels Pure S. M. Wine;
2 pipes Holland bin;
2 casks Jamaica Rum;
10 box as'd cordials;
25 do Claret Wines;
a do Cnraeoa Ab.jsthe.Mnraschlna;
100,080 tmponml Haana Cigars;
SOJieo Domestic CbrarK ror; 1 tJT
deeK j. E. 35CHKATHA1I or CO.
1. X. BATHE.
Picket Tobacco Warehouse.
HAYNES A: GRAIIAItl, Froprietom,
CORNER OP EIGHTH AND MAIS STREETS,
THE above lire-proof Warehouse is much enlarged and I
dolr.gatlne bustness. Our receiptshave been upward
of 10.000 hogsheads; since the opening ofourhouw Istsf
October, 1331 and ur sales have been very satisfactory.
Our mode or selling is as follows, vii: Every hogshead
ttputnpand sold oa Its awn. merits, andifler the tale It!
with the owner to confirm or re ectthe tame, at ail plasur.
One Uollai per hogshead covers ill charges to the owner,
after Its arrival at the warshuose; and he receives bts mooty
at the warehouse office a soon as the bills can be mad out ,
We are prepared to pay alt charges on Tobacco consigned to
us. and hold Hsubject to the Instructions of the o- nor.
Thlswirehoose Is now doing the most extensive business
of any Tobacco warehouse in Kcitneky, and ws pledge
ourselves to attend strictly and promptly to all Tobc-K
entrusted to oar care; and we refer to our past year's bus
iness merchants, shippers, and planters generally.
rb.2o. HAYNKS A GRAHAM. Proprietor.
, IUA.Ui;. Tim nubllo are hereby res-
Jpectfully Informed that the subscriber ha for
.Sale at his Store on Union slrettwo ofT.
llbertlPlA.S'OiFORTKS.wlth hi im proved patent Kao-
llan attachment withiron frameiand compass of 6 andBlf
octave. Also, some of those beautltnl and au parlor Instru
ments made by Bacon At Raveo, having 6Ji and 7 octaves,
aud their patent bridge. The subscribers other Slock tn
trade is large and well assorted especially hi Sheet Muile,
die., which is abundantand selected with judgment.
ap. 23 tr. JAMKS D1GG0S-
Cramberricvv 5 Bbls received and for sale, by
dec 5. R. STEWAKT& CO.
T?liri 1 TIERCE
-L Jan. 23.
- Sugar Flgs,)ust received by
DAVIS & SWANS.
LAKD OIL 25 barrel pare water pressed Lard OiI,Jat
recelveil persteamer John Slmpsoo.for sale by
ftaS. So. 73, Public Square, DAVIS Ac SWANS.
Ai-EEsn scrrLT or HANDSOME SUMMER CLOTH
ING; Fine Drap de ete Frocks; Business Coats; mix'd
Tweed Coats; Fine Business Coats; Fine Business Pan
taloons; Marseilles Vests. All very handsome. Call and
examine. T. J. HOUGH,
april 14. Agent
Valuable Jr'arm tor Mile.
I WISH to sell tho Faro on which I reside, 5K mile from
Nashville, on the main Louisville and Gallatin Taroplka,
containing about 280 acres of good LaLd, one half of which
Is cleared and In a high state of cultivation, and tbtotter half
or wood land, good water a there Is In Mieeountry,andpla
ty or IU The Improvement consists or a large and comao
dius Dwelling, Kitchen, Wash-room, Smoke House, Cistern,
Ice Hoose.Segro Cabins, Spring House, Barns, trlbs, iitv
Also a fine orchard or 12 acres with every variety of fruit tres.
The Louisville Railroad, and also the Cin tint. all and par
haps the Henderson will ion within a rwrodsol the place.
Ills seldom so desirable a residence and farra as concealed
to the city, is offered for sale.and sl am determined to sell,
those wish log to purchase, will do well to make early appli
cation. Possession can be given at any time by the purchaser
buying my growing crop. 1 willtf desired sell all my stock
or any part to the purchaser, also mast of my household fur
niture Ir desired. -
Apply to me on Broadway, or to R. W. Brown, ircftt'N
See Io.63 Cherry street,up stairs, and either or uswUi 3sr
the farm, Ac, ti any one wishing to purcho-v).
p. 12-tf A. W. JOHN
jiars n. vnoMiS,
N THE NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAXt .
ROAD, in Fimnirlm mnntir TmnMtM nt Winaaw ..V3 "
tnction of the Winchester and Alabama BdT.?. ii
THOJIS Sc U'UITTIIOltiVE,
Attorney a. ajiiv,
HjW'lll practice their profession In the counties of.
Maury, Marshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman.'
dee 9. tr.
Jao.Loiper, W. A.Kinsom. K. P. Manlno
LEIPEK, ICANiiOirX Jc CO.
Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Commission
HAVING large and commodious Brick Warn Uoc
within 40 yards or the Railroad Depot, willreceive aad
-forward Good consigned o their care, rraisof drayags at
this point. IP"' W
' J A ill K.N UI,AIUUIC a
GENERAL STEAMBOAT AND FREIGHT
Office on Front Street, near the Whar, NuhvllU
airmx.is. Johnson & Smith, MeCrea, dt Terras, Ja. A . McAllister,
II T. Yes train, Sam. Seay, A. Hamilton, Johnson dj Weav
er, A. I Davis, and merchants ysaorally.
nov,13-d.tw. -rjV J
S. II. PARVIN,
ilerchandisc and 1'reducf-J:ti;8,
. Oeaerai m ewMMKfJMwt.w-.
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